Design consultants revealed two preliminary design options for a new park next to the historic Hays Street Bridge.
The East Side park is a result of a land swap deal the City reached with a developer who planned to build a five-story apartment complex on the site.
A Texas court granted the City’s motion to dismiss its own appeal in litigation over the controversial property neighboring the Hays Street Bridge.
Erik Walsh assumed a stigmatized position, but so far he has handled the pressure of being the city manager of San Antonio with relative grace.
City Council approved a land swap with a developer that will designate land next to the Hays Street bridge as a park and let him build apartments nearby.
The land swap deal comes amid a contentious debate between developer Mitch Meyer and area residents and local preservationists.
Mitch Meyer is close to landing a deal that would allow him swap his contentious land next to the Hays Street Bridge with two acres of City-owned land nearby.
The City of San Antonio is working on a land swap that could lead to contested land next to the historic Hays Street Bridge becoming a public park.
Since Ivy Taylor left the seat in 2014 to serve as interim mayor, District 2 has had four representatives on City Council, both interim and single term.
Zac Harris, a project developer for a commercial rooftop solar company, is the newest member of the Historic and Design Review Commission.